For improved fitness and well being, American Fitness magazine recommends reading Stand Taller~Live Longer: An Anti-Aging Strategy by Dr. Steven Weiniger.
Trainers can utilize these posture protocols to help their clients find their strongest posture for better athletic performance...Reaching posture goalsComments
How fit is your posture?
Learn the benefits of stronger posture - in the gym, at work, and for active aging...Look taller and slimmer, too
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Straighten up to improve workouts and boost your overall health!
Learning to perfect your posture boosts your active life and your results in the gym. The better your posture, the greater your range of motion and the stronger you get. The stronger you get, the harder you train, and the more muscle you add. The more muscle you add, the faster your metabolism, and the leaner your body and better your health. Not to mention that you’ll reap the health benefits of straightening up...Full article
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7 Weird Ways Your Posture Messes With You
Who knew that a little slouching could do so much damage? Sure, bad posture can make your neck creak and your shoulders ache, but recent research shows that your slouch might be making you a grouch. Heads-up! Here are some weird ways posture can affect you—and how you can get out of the slump.
Leads to constipation: When you sit in a crunched position, your viscera (intestines) are folded up, too, that can slow everything down.
Cuts off your circulation: Our bodies are machines that move fluid and gases back and forth. Prolonged sitting, especially with your legs crossed, can cut off the flow, increase pressure and even cause spider veins. Read More…
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Posture isn't all about aesthetics - it impacts your overall health more than you think.
Dr. Weiniger says that the body does what it is taught. While that may mean that it has been taught poor alignment, you can retrain your posture through posture strengthening exercise...Causes of poor posture
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You've heard that memory as well as the ability to think and process information quickly diminishes with age. Many of us experience glitches of failed memory, and accept these as a normal sign of aging. However there are things we can do to improve memory and cognitive ability now, and keep our brain sharp as we age. Studies show exercise actually improves memory and reduces the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's. In fact, research has shown that those who exercise regularly have up to a 40% lower risk of dementia or Alzheimer's disease. Learn the easy tips...
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Dr. Steven Weiniger, international Posture Expert, White House Delegate, and author of Stand Taller – Live longer, joins me to discuss the less “glamorous” aging woe of poor posture, and gives us some helpful hints on how to stand taller to live longer. Read Article
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Don't become a statistic. Society has moved increasingly toward sedentary lifestyles, and poor posture and premature aging are the result. Best Self Magazine recommends Stand Taller~Live Longer: An Anti-Aging Strategy by Dr. Steven Weiniger to those wanting to improve posture to stand taller and live longer...At the top of the list
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Is poor posture harming your health?
Bad posture has been linked to inefficient breathing, decreased strength, and falls. Dr. Weiniger reveals the secrets of good posture and how you can improve your posture through posture strengthening exercise...See the secrets here
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Strengthening posture will not only help you maximize your athletic ability and performance, but will keep your body well for a longer life. It all begins with a posture picture assessment to make you aware of your posture...Read on for smart posture habits
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DermaScope wants you to do your posture exercises! Here's the next step in taking control of your posture...Posture Strengthening ExercisesComments
Dr. Weiniger reveals that posture is a combination of genetics and habits. You can't change your genetics, but you can make posture exercise a life habit for better health and less pain...Patient testimonial
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One route to aging gracefully is through maintaining good posture.
Improving posture can be achieved at any age. Dr. Steven Weiniger provides valuable tips to correct and strengthen posture and why it is important for aging well...Read more here
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Many people don't take poor posture seriously - but they should.
In this interview, Dr. Steven Weiniger explains how posture is defined by balance, alignment, and motion, which affects how you age as well as your overall health.
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Researchers believe that posture is an indicator of how well you will age. The Sun Sentinel interviews Dr. Steven Weiniger on how posture can improve balance, movement, flexibility, and strength...See article for posture tips
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More Exercise = More Brainpower
Dr. Steven Weiniger says that regular exercise not only improves memory, but it also helps to combat illness such as Alzheimer's and dementia that interfere with brain function...Walking and posture exercise can help
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DermaScope wants you to do your posture exercises! Here's the first step in taking control of your posture...How to Take a Posture PictureComments
Lousy posture creates problems that go far beyond appearance. It puts uneven pressure on the vertebrae, contributing to chronic neck, back and shoulder pain and disk degeneration…creates wear-and-tear on joints and bones…and causes muscle stiffness and fatigue. Poor posture also compresses the lungs, heart and intestines, compromising oxygen intake, weakening the cardiovascular system and impairing digestion. It is even linked to an increased risk for earlier mortality. See Article
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Looking taller and thinner on your wedding day… living longer & healthier for your Happily Ever After.
Bridal Boot Camps that cause exhaustion and injury? Costly body wraps and dangerous fad diets to slim down in time for the big day? Brides do not need the extra stress of torturing themselves on top of the other necessary wedding preparations. The good news: there is a program that is sustainable, quick, and effective to help you achieve your most beautiful, confident, and healthy you.
No need to carve out blocks of valuable wedding-planning time to achieve wedding-day posture – many of the exercises you could do while deciding which cake flavor you like best! Read on...
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Knee replacement surgery, known as total knee arthroplasty, has become one of the most commonly performed surgeries in the US. Each year, more than 600,000 Americans undergo knee replacement to help relieve pain from knee osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or other forms of degenerative joint disease. Is surgery the right solution for everybody? Not necessarily. Many people could avoid surgery and rehabilitation with simple exercises…
The ultimate knee workout can help keep you free of pain, without surgery. Even if you don’t suffer from knee pain now, these exercises may help prevent problems from developing. People who have received surgery to replace or repair a knee also can benefit by strengthening their muscles to help guard against future knee injuries. Learn the exercises
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Before back-to-school slumps your child back into the “backpack hunch,” build his posture awareness and document his growing, changing body with a posture picture. Annual posture pictures are a great idea to keep a visual record of how kids look and stand. While teens ignore a parent’s nagging to “straighten up”, seeing an image of their own body hunched over makes a big impact.
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Fox News Mike Dubberly interviews Dr. Steven Weiniger on posture exercise and posture assessment. Learn the importance of taking an annual posture picture as a baseline for improving poor posture. This live television demonstration shows just how easy it is to do, and just how much a simple posture analysis will show. Weather forecaster Mickey Ferguson takes part in a fast online posture assessment. Watch the FOX interview...Comments
80% of Americans suffer from low back pain at some point in their lives. This can be caused by several factors. Consider your posture and how you spend the majority of your day; many are either hunched over a desk or behind the wheel of a car. In addition to the 40-off hours per week that most employed Americans spend working at a desk, they also spend an average of 52 minutes driving daily. Simply put, our bodies are not meant to sit this way. Read more...Comments
Resolve to do something simple that helps you live longer: Stand UP. Besides giving you a better attitude, getting up from your desk or couch can have a big impact on your health, according to recent studies equating more time sitting with a shorter, less healthy life.
The results of 18 studies involving 794,577 people found “the average adult spends 50 to 70 percent of their time sitting." After examining time sitting with health, they found people who sat the most had a 112% increase in risk of diabetes; and a 49% greater risk of dying prematurely. This was true even if the research participant regularly exercised. The reason, “The most striking feature of prolonged sitting is the absence of skeletal muscle contractions, particularly in the very large muscles of the lower limbs.” Lack of muscle contraction means less glucose burned, resulting in surplus blood sugar which contributes to diabetes and other health risks. In other words... stand up and live longer. Read the article
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Shallow breathing and slouching create patterns of imbalance in the body. Our body is trained in the patterns of our regular movements, meaning our muscles get better at doing whatever you ask them to do most. Improving balance, body symmetry and fluid motion requires strong posture and balanced motion. Straighten up! Read more:
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Prevent your child from getting the "backpack hunch" by taking an annual posture picture.
By encouraging your child to be aware of his posture, you are helping him to improve his alignment and prevent pain and injury as he gets older...How to take a posture picture
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